Last week, we were treated to ‘Yes’ activist Thomas Mayo addressing a crowd of CFMEU members about the Voice to Parliament. During his speech, he described Aboriginality as a collective that should behave like a union and use the ‘Voice’ as a means to bargain with the government.
‘If we didn’t have a voice we’d be exploited, we’d be ignored, we’d be degraded.
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